Style n the City
Style Goddess, a lifestyle and fashion Exhibition by Sunayana Bhinder Chibba & Shalini Arora Kochhar, was held in the City. On display were a number of stalls by various designers. There was also a Fashion Show by Charu Parashar.
DJ Aqeel got Gurgaonites in a frenzy as he played popular numbers at a local nightclub, with his trademark mixing. The crowds went crazy at the popular Bollywood numbers.
Tom Craft, a leading name in electronic and club mixes, gave Gurgaonites a taste of his music. Just like anywhere across the world, he was an instant hit with the crowd.
Awareness building & creative initiatives to sensitise people at work. 'Winning with Diversity & Inclusion’ and ‘Respecting Others and Succeeding Together’ are the guiding principles that represent a holistic strategy being set by PepsiCo India, to promote a culture wherein each individual is valued for who he/she is and brings his/her whole self to work. As part of the effort to promote and encourage inclusion at the workplace, a ‘Nukkad Natak’ was the vehicle chosen to explore and expose conscious and unconscious gender bias in individuals and society. Praveen Someshwar, CEO - Foods, PepsiCo India, said, “Creating awareness is a necessary first step, because many of these mental prejudices lead to non-inclusive behaviours. This medium is very effective and powerful in creating awareness and attitude change.”
India’s first Heritage Transport Museum was inaugurated at Taoru,by Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda. Also present at the occasion were vintage car collector Tarun Thakral, and Jyothi Rath, the architect who has designed the Museum building.
Praveen Kumar Jain, Chairman of the Sarva Haryana Gramin Bank, addressed a Press Conference. Jain said that the Bank, with its Head Office at Rohtak, now covers 21 districts of the State. It will continue to serve the rural areas and focus on inclusive banking, which has been its mandate.